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Sep 10, 2010 10:00pm PDT
. this one has ended for now in a south american prison where joran van der sloot is being held on murder charges in the death of a peruvian woman. it's been a long, bizarre journey for the man suspected in the disappearance of natalee holloway, and now in an exclusive interview obtained by nbc news, joran van der sloot as you've never heard him before in his own chilling words. there he is, emerging from lockdown for a patdown. yet, after three months in this tough lima prison, joran van der sloot looks healthy and relaxed. amazingly, as you'll soon hear, he seems himself not as a murder suspect but as a victim. and incredibly he's angry at the family of natalee holloway. >> so many things have happened because of that case and people bothering me, lying to me, you name it, anything else, that, yeah, i have a lot of anger because of that also. >> he considers himself a victim even though he's the chief suspect in the disappearance of natalee holloway. even though he's wanted in the united states for alleged extortion of the holloway family. even though he's facing murder charges i
Univision
Sep 17, 2010 6:30pm EDT
en la florida los aspirantes al estado por el puesto que dejó martínez debaten en español sobre temas de interés para los hispanos. las zonas costeras de veracruz sientieron el azote de karl. y una tormenta dejó su pasó por nueva york. los meteorólogos dugan que sea un tornado. este es su "noticiero univisión." >>> buenas noches, comenzamos con una entrevista exclusiva con la gobernadora de arizona brewer, insiste que no discrimina la ley, y a pesar de lo que diga obama la frontera con méxico no es segura. acaba de regresar de phoenix y esto nos dijo. >>> el presidente obama dice que la frontera está más segura que en los últimos 20 años, tiene razó no. >>> pero estádido que elnotio u? >>> unno, yo lo respeto más, la personas que viven en la parte sur de arizona viven atemorizados porque están preocupados por los carteles de drogas graci. >>> pero el crimenunivh@noticie@ ounh@noticiero univisionh@or ej como 214 mil ilegales, son demasiados, el gobierno federal no nos ayuda paraunh@noticiero mayoría son ionterroristas criminales? >>> no, los inmigrantes ilegales h@noticiero univisionh@h@notici@ espa. >>> sus críticos dicen que firmó la ley sb 1070 solo parrunivish porque nonoti podemos valorar y aceptar esos costos de la inmigración ilegal. >>> tengo una preguntauniv dnot los noticiero univisionh@univh@ decapitación, y los que vivimos >>> dijo que eso lo sabían agencias de estados unidos. >>> sí, y me disculpo por eso. >>> también dijo que la mayoría de los indocumentados que vienen son mulas o notraficantes de h@i o univogas,nh@h@noticiero univi humanos para traficar. >>> siente miedo de esto? >>> yo viví en el sureste de estados unidos, tengo muchos amigos de diferentes culturas, y muchos son univh@noticiero univ@ h@>>> ticierpeivisioh@jorge, esr esta discriminación nracial en estados unidos, pero es ilegal en arizona, así que la ley sb 1070 no tuvo nada que ver con eso. >>> cómo explica esos 16 famosos segundos de silencio, muchos dicen que no tiene la experiencia para ser gobernadora de arizona. >>> sí, bueno, eso se dijo más de una vez también, la pauta son distintos tiempos, quizás 16 segundos, o 10, eran los más largos de mi sucedióish@, y tuve una experiencia de 28 años liderando el estado, y voy a continuar haciéndolo lo mejor posible. >>> una versión más larga la pueden verh@ e el programa al punto, y nos dice que opina de joe arpa nosun dice cómo identifica a un jorge, el algu joe arpaio fue motivo de una protesta, y dio a h@noticiero u persh@ para caar coyotes. huracish@noticiero univisionh@ tocar la cose munivish@noticiero el norte del h@unh@noticiero un@ altura, y un temorticierivisio población que le pidieron asegurar sus casas y comercios. >>> que se queden en casa a esperar. >>> no hay de otra, aquí tenemos deionmosa pesca.ros nos no >>> protección civil pidió seguir las recomendación. >>> se encuentra en h@noticiero mueva. >>> hace días veracruz sufrió el efecto del mal tiempo, y ante la entrada del hurachan karl el gobierno implemento un operativo de seguridad. >>> hablamos de hidalgo, puebla, el distrito ionfederal.unh@noti. >>> las autoridades recomiendan permanecer en sus casas y evitar tomar carreteras. en la ciudad de méxico,h@ univisión. >>> una sorpresiva toh@ta que afectó a nueva york causó estragos en una área de millas, la comisionada del parque dijo que más de mil árboles fueron destruidos. >>> la prueba de la intensidad son evidentes, no solo por la destrucción que ocasionó sino porque no les queda claro si efectivamente se trató de un tornado. >>> vino como un temporal, un iviscáunivh@noticiero univision@ noti de una guerra. >>> cuánto tiempo se va a tardar para limpiar? >>> cruz villegas dicen haberse asustado por ver toda esta destrucción. >>> extremadamente notifeo, los ruidos eran unh@noticiero univi rayo cayó cerca del árbol.notic@ enciero isionh@ queens, univisi. y enseguida: univisioh@noticiers oco má porque quería dih@ extra h@ciero isionesh@con miilia yco. h@ticierivisioh@ meantanlooduco h@producticier ivision fanth@cos. gual qstas mnotieslnneo con . o univestán ntruyenmaunivis@ nonollamero uny mismion n a reprtantee. ero un ayudaion logra e nuncllo a lusunionticie@ biera inado. ♪ >>> un debate político entre aspirantes por el escaño que dejó martínez univish@noticiero@ y un anfitrión del encuentro fue el canal 23 que loh@univh@notic. ♪ nh@ tasa de desempleo por más del 11% fue predominante en el debate. >>> nos previno que univisionh@ dijo queunivh@noticiero univisi@ >>> los demócratas llevan dos años al senadounivh@noticiero u@ eliminación de la enmienda 14. >>> debe permanecer como está, el congresista es correcto, si nació en estados unidos es estadounidense. >>> y coincidieron los tres candidatos en que no se levante el embargo a cuba. en la contienda por la florida hay un ingrediente extra, marco rubio representa tal mmovimiento tea party. >>> si gana va a decir que tiene más poder, van a empujar a candidatos de la elección del 2012. les va a dar mucha credibilidad a este movimiento si rubio gana. >>> a los candidatos se le preguntó sobre su concepto de inglés solamente. y dijeron que hablar español debe ser permitido, y dijeron que el inglés debe ser el idioma principal porque unifica al país. >>> muchas gracias. >>> el gobierno de obama está proponiendo un nuevo plan de estimulo económico, el vicepresidente joe biden está hablando de 100 proyectos que ya están noticicreando empleos, pe algunos analistas creen que demasiado pronto para ver si el plan inicial dio resultado. >>> creó menos empleo, el nivel de desempleo continúa siendo del 10%, este va a h@tomar dos o tr años para ver que la creación de empleos es sustancial. >>> los univh@noticiero univisie esto fue costoso. >>>unh@noticiero univisionh@o y vender secretos a una persona que ellos creían que era un h@u h@noticiero univisionh@ los chilencele 200 añonotie independencia. y la posibilidad cercana de rescatar a los mineros. h@univis@ ♪ >>> hoy l chilenos tienen doble motivo para univish@notic porque la máquina llegó a los 200 metros donde se encuentran los mineros atrapados. >>> cuando chile comienza su un estamos aquí reunidos en la plaza de la ciudadanía está siendo izada por 33 mineros que siguen en cautiverio a 700 metros en las entrañas de la montaa. >>> la máquina logróperforar un agujero de 30 centímetros. >>> están contentos, firmaron el momento en el que penetró el martillo, será dado a conocer en la opinión pública esta tarde. >>> cada día es un pequeño logro. >>> y aunque el gobierno dicen que puede ser el rescate para noviembre. >>> el animo parece mantenerse arriba de los 33 mineros. >>> junto a otros que participan en la tarea de rescate estuvieron en medio de los festejos. >>> los que vimos ahí una parte de nosotrounivish@noticiero uni presidente piñera.univh@noticie@ >>> la noticidreunivisionh@unh@ desapareció en aruba habló con joran van der sloot. >>> la madre de la desaparecida ingresó al penal donde está joran van der sloot. el joven holandés presunto asesino de su hija y otrh@noti.@ es por este último caso que se le sigue un juicio. >>> tiene un delito de 15 años por lo menos. >>> la madre ingresó con todos los perminos en orden. la salida fue accidentada y de inmediato fue llevada al hotel. y en el penal castro castro, el abogado señaló que la madre le dijo a joran van der sloot que no se rendirá, en lima, perú, ana treyes. >>> vamos con enrique y un adelanto de última hora. >>> muchas gracias, y esta noche última hora los llevaremos a la ceremonia en la despedida de una última hora los llevaremos a la ceremonia en la despedida de una madre y su hija que peivh@notic@ información de la visita del papa benedicto xvi. descubren un complot para atacarlo. notio univnnotio univn@ ♪ >>> conh@noticiero univisionh@r con la visita del papa abrimos nuestra ventana al mund ♪ >>> 5 hombres fueron arrestados en londres, las autoridades recibieron información sobre un complot, los sospechosos están recibieron información sobre un complot, los sospechosos están siendo interrogados paraunivish@ en una autopista de turquía cuando un bebé comenzó a gatear sobre la autopista, y gracias al chofer de camión que se dio cuenta y detuvo el trafico, la mujer dijo que había dejado aln niño dormido bajo unos árboles. y el coautor de un libro carla bruni dijo que esta dijo que mimíchel obama dijo queh@notici la gobernadora de arizonaunivh@ propia propuesta migratoria. >>>un lo qunotiyo univn ofrecer muchas ideas de los republicanos. >>> el líder del senado quiere presentar el dreamact. con nosotros el presidente de united. está con nosotros el actorh@not. >>> creo que todo enticierivisi. >>> y nos vemos este domingo a las 10. >>> y nos vemos este domingo a las 10. >>> así llegamos al unh@noticie@
Univision
Sep 17, 2010 6:30pm PDT
van der sloot. >>> la madre de la desaparecida ingresó al penal donde está joran van der sloot. el joven holandés presunto asesino de su hija y otra joven en perú. es por este último caso que se le sigue un juicio. >>> tiene un delito de 15 años por lo menos. >>> la madre ingresó con todos los perminos en orden. la salida fue accidentada y de inmediato fue llevada al hotel. y en el penal castro castro, el abogado señaló que la madre le dijo a joran van der sloot que no se rendirá, en lima, perú, ana treyes. >>> vamos con enrique y un adelanto de última hora. >>> muchas gracias, y esta noche última hora los llevaremos a la ceremonia en la despedida de una madre y su hija que perdieron la vida en la explosión de san bruno. y luego de estar 20 años secuestrados por su padre hoy se encuentra con su madre. >>> gracias. >>> una pausa y regresamos con información de la visita del papa benedicto xvi. descubren un complot para atacarlo. ♪ >>> con arrestos relacionados con la visita del papa abrimos nuestra ventana al mundo. ♪ >>> 5 hombres fueron arrestados en londres, las
FOX News
Sep 17, 2010 3:00pm EDT
we are out of time. i hope you have a great weekend. i'm out of here. >> and now a story of a woman that had acid thrown on her is a fake. two huge airlines joining forces to make the largest carrier in all the world. they say it will save them money. but will the savings be passed to you? in box number three, a father snaps, yells at the kids accused of harassing his daughter. now he faces charges. our legal panel debate. all that unless breaking news changes everything. but, first, from fox, we begin the developing news. the united states department of justice accusing two americans of trying to help another country build nuclear weapons. the f.b.i. agents arrested them today. prosecutors released a statement today outlining the charges. according to the government the suspects are a husband and wife. prosecutors say they used to work at los alamos in new mexico. that, of course, has been involved in u.s. nuclear research and other scientific works since world war ii. and now, new details from washington, dc. sounds like this was quite a sting operation. >>reporter: it was. the couple, both u.s. citizens were dealing with an undercover f.b.i. agent but they thought they were dealing with an official from venezuela. the couple met with the agent multiple times beginning in march of 2008 through july of 2009 and the couple provided a 132-page document of restricted data. in this case it means information on how to design, manufacture, or use atomic weapons. in return the couple asked for nearly $800,000 in cash. >>shepard: this guy has been on the radar for a long time? >>reporter: he has. based on our research back in 1986 he criticized the funding for the laboratory's projects and suggested federal dollars would be better spend elsewhere. a year later when the workforce at los alamos was cut his position was eliminated and as a result the department of energy pulled his security clearance. enjoy, these acts had a domino effect leading to investigations, allegations, and one lawsuit involving the couple. so this goes back, now, at least 16 years. >>shepard: have the authorities say why they believe they did it? >>reporter: i am going over the indictment but the issue here was just flatout greed. they were asking for a lot of well, well over $1 million? exchange for the classified information. at one point they allege the doctor said he was doing it for the money not as an american. what i find interesting in a number of the cases is actually the age of the suspects. in this case, he is 75; his wife is 67. we have had other recent cases where the individuals are either close to retirement age or beyond retirement age. so you have to question if they are taking the actions to pad their bank accounts now they are no longer working. >>shepard: it will be interesting to find out. thank you from washington, dc. police have now arrested six men in connection with what is now called "a terror threat against the pope." investigators in london say scotland yard's counterterrorism unit made the arrests this morning a day after the pope arrived. police say they were acting on a tip but so far they are not saying much of the threat. investigators say they arrested a 6th mann the last few hours. police arrested the other five morning london time in central london. they were a couple of miles from westminster where the pope conducted evening prayer service today. pope benedict did not change plans for the service. the vatican reports he will not change any other plans on the trip. our chief correspondent is with us. it is so vague. we know they have arrested people. >> we know they are all male, aged teen 26 and 50. all of them worked for a cleaning company that was contracted by the city of westminster, the part of central london the focus of the activities of the pope, to clean the streets. they were going out from the company headquarters to start cleaning the streets exactly around westminster when police moved in. they are all said to be of north african descent. our sister network reporting they are all algerians and the cops are not confirming that. >>shepard: police are conducting searches but so far we don't know anything of physical evidence or anything of planned action, do we? >>reporter: we do not. the police are searching the company offices. those are in central london. they are searching around eight different homes belonging presumably to the men in north and east london but so far they have not turned up any hard evidence to back up the allegation of a plot. it was very interesting to hear a terror correspondent, a very, very well connected reporter, has been covering the territory for many years was beginning to get the impression the police got this tip last night and they felt it was credible, they felt they had to move quickly but they may ultimately come up empty handed in terms of evidence. that was a well connected reporter. >>shepard: the pope is keeping to the schedule. >>reporter: absolutely. the vatican spokesman said today they have no fears whatever about security throughout this trip. listen to this. >> we can say we are confident in the work of the police of scotland yard. and we have no particular problems. the police have said they have the information now that has been collected demonstrated no need to change anything about the program. >>reporter: the pope kept to the schedule all day today including the joint service with the archbishop at westminster which has just wrapped up. >>shepard: and you can chat with jonathan about there and the rest the stories of the day at foxnews.com/shep on "on the hunt." five months to the day since the nightmare began. the feds say the oil company is on the verge of finally plugging the busted well. according to the national incident commander, the retired coast guard admiral, the relief well has reached the target 2.5 miles down on the sea floor. we are told the well could be sealed by sunday. here is how the operation is going down. the relief well is complete. b.p. replaced the blow out preventer and now will fill in the well with tons of mud and cement. they hope that does the job. engineers contained the gusher in july but not before 200 million gallons of crude oil escaped. >> in the southern gulf of mexico hurricane karl is a category two storm and pounding the coast of mexico. as recently as wednesday karl was a tropical storm but it has exploded in power. maximum sustained wind at 110 miles per hour with stronger gusts. witnesses reported 16' waves and the weather is so severe mexico closed the nuclear power plant to the south of where the eye came ashore. our chief meteorologist will have more about karl. >>reporter: karl will be devastating for mexico coming on shorten miles to the north of vera cruz mexico with seven million people. a major storm, major hurricane coming on shore in a populated area. to the north of it seeing 15' storm surge and the city itself with winds up to 100 miles per hour. it will have horrible effects on the coast. and unfortunately, mexico city is due west and it will continue west. it will not be a wind factor for mexico city but with an elevation of 7,000 feet the moisture moves up and we will see 15" rainfall total causing mudslides and devastating flooding the next 48 hours. >>shepard: and there are two more hurricanes. >>reporter: igor is scary for folks in bermuda. and julia is now category one and not an issue. but igor is 48 hours away from hitting bermuda. the center is right there at bermuda and if this holds true it could take a direct hit sunday into monday morning, and bermuda can handle this because we have a great infrastructure but with a storm that size there will be devastating effects. >>shepard: keep us updated. >> the mother of natalee holloway has come face-to-face with joran van der sloot. how she sneaked into one of south america's worst prisons to confront joran van der sloot. what happened next. 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[ male announcer ] aleve. proven better on pain. >>shepard: and now the mother of the missing and presumed dead girl natalee holloway sneaked into a prison where the suspect, joran van der sloot is in custody, to con front him about her daughter. we are told she had five minutes with him before the workers realized she was not supposed to be there. she went missing during a vacation in aruba and the prime suspect, joran van der sloot on the left but there is not enough evidence to charge him. he is facing a murder charge from peru in the death of another young woman and extortion charges in the united states. investigators from the u.s. say he demanded money from her mother? exchange for information on the location of her remains. joran van der sloot's attorney says the mother was with a dutch reporter who is using the family for a television special. her story got attention around the world. a washington woman who was disfigured, horribly, after somebody, after she said a stranger threw acid on her face. we are told people from all over sent letter of support, and groups held fundraisers to pay for treatment but now we know it was a hoax. investigators say this woman, bethany storro admitted she threw the acid in her face. she threw acid on her own face. there she is on the left. and a new her on the right. investigators are not saying why she would do it but they do say she appears to be sorry. >> she is upset. she's very remorseful. in man ways, something that got bigger than what she expected and she has shown this has affected her. >>shepard: clearly. she is sorry she threw acid in her face. investigators are working on a way to return the donated money. and now the news from washington state newsroom. this is crazy, man. what are they saying? >>reporter: the question we want answered is: why? the police say they will not reveal the motive for this bizarre hoax. they talked to her at great length and got a lot of information including why but they will not share that with us. they said they know, they never really truly believed the story, because there were inconsistencies, the burn pattern did not fit, the splash, no burns to the hair or clothes and she never wore sunglasses, except that night, she bought them 20 minutes before 7:30 at night and the only witnesses saw nobody in the area as she was rising in pain on the background and police got a search warrant and she confessed. we do not know a lot about her other than she was recently divorced and moved back from idaho to live with her parents in washington state after the divorce. when the last year. >>shepard: you spoke to the prosecutors; did they say if she will face charges? >>reporter: they are being coy about charges and they do not have the case. the police are doing their investigation. they will wrap that up probably next week. and hand it to the prosecutor. but obviously they say there are a couple of charges they could look at right away and that would be filing a false police report. that would be a gross misdemeanor. other possibilities, theft by deception. if the amount is above $7 auto that -- $750, that would be second-degree theft. there have been two fundraisers locally, one at a jim raising several thousand dollars. right now, it is head as evidence and we cannot be sure that money will be back to the people who donated it. >>shepard: and another similar attack in arizona. some tried to say it was a copycat but we did not get confirmation of that. >>reporter: that happened in arizona and the word was it was a copycat happening when a week of the thing in washington state but police started saying, this probably is more like a vendetta against someone, a woman would threw acid on a woman name -- mother of five. police do not believe it was random but, perhaps, someone using the event in washington state as a way to carry out a personal vendetta but no suspects or arrests in that case. >>shepard: this alleged victim, now we know perpetrator, i guess, of throwing acid in her face held a news conference, brought all media in there, got up with bandages on her face and talked about her attacker. listen. what she did to me rocked my life. that is not fair, okay? to not do the things i love to do, it wrecked my life. >>shepard: details tonight, a full report then. a major test for afghanistan now. u.s. and allied forces preparing for threat to the critical parliamentary elections. stay tuned. boss: our breakout session is gonna be great. got the gecko t-shirt... "4 million drivers switched!" gecko water bottle... notebook... chamois... gecko: sir, i feel a little bit uncomfortable with all... you know... with all this. i mean, it's not about me. should be about how geico's the third-largest car insurance company in the nation. things like that. boss: oh, of course! we're not gonna get carried away. gecko: uh...yeah... all right as long as we don't overdo it. vo: geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >>shepard: in a few hours people in afghanistan will wake up and head to the polls for parliamentary election. that is the plan. the reality is more complicated. some have already been protesting a lack of polling stations and security. and the world is watching to see if tomorrow's vote is tainted by the same kind of corruption reported in last year's presidential election. our reporter has details from afghanistan. >>reporter: officials do not like to admit it but the world is watching with a lot riding on this. a test of the new u.s. strategy in afghanistan. the world is waiting to see how afghanistan handles the election. they are watching to see if the afghanistan government made any progress in cutting down and rooting out corruption after last year's corrupt presidential election and waiting to see how the afghanistan security forces handle violence tomorrow. the taliban have vowed to disrupt this vote. already in the past couple of weeks there are 20 candidates and election workers that have been killed and many places in the south the polling stations have been closed because the security situation is such they cannot open them safely. now, still, millions of afghanistan are expected to turn out to vote tomorrow. and u.s. officials have been trying to lower expectations pointing out this vote in afghanistan, there is violence, this is a country at war, there will be some fraud but the big challenge, what u.s. and international officials want to see, they want to see progress after last year's fraudulent election. that's the big key. if they see less violence and corruption this will be a success. >>shepard: thank you from afghanistan. and now bringing in a washington bureau chief for the news service and was seven years at a bureau chief in pakistan, afghanistan, and india and interviewed the afghanistan president and knows the region well. thank you for coming. >>reporter: thank you for inviting me. >>shepard: security is a challenge tomorrow. it is unclear how you have security when the people do not believe the government is legitimate. >>reporter: that's a big concern. you look at the election you have over 1,000 polling stations are not going to be open tomorrow. one -- one in seven will not open. what kind of election is that. the international crisis group, a respected think tank says there is no doubt there will be massive fraud in the election. so that is a concern. so, there is relative doubt you will see progress from last year to this year which is a major concern. >>shepard: you have written and i read here that we are "riding a narrative that allows us to withdraw." tomorrow is an important milestone along the writing of the narrative. >>reporter: this morning we read general petraeus wants to give president obama results something he can hang on to when he makes the review of the strategy, results that will revolve around the military strategy, securing kabul, but, how many times have we heard of progress? how many times have we heard of benchmarks? how many times have we heard "things are moving in the right direction." but on the ground it has been moving in the wrong direction and last year's elections and i'm afraid to say, tomorrow's elections could be scenes things are not moving in the right direction. what good is it for soldiers to securing areas if the afghanistan people do not have a government they can believe in. >>shepard: in most days we have been able to clear. hold was the problem in iraq before the surge. we have to hold it while they set up a government. the first really big operation since the elections over there, we were supposed to clear that out and have a government in a box ready to go and i have not heard the name of that city in a month of sundays. >>reporter: that has disappeared. the reason is they have not got the government in a box to work. and it's hard. it is really hard to walk in to afghanistan and unwrap the government in a box. it is complicated. the point here is that the military strategy is not bad, actually. but all of the other elements, that go into planing, credible government, cooperation from pakistan, a solid development effort, stimulating the economy, getting the private sector to work, those things are not happening. military results, the president and general petraeus j.p. may or may not be able to deliver. that is not enough. >>shepard: it does not look good according to the history. thank you. great to see you again. they are on half an hour schedule so right now it is four minutes until ... middle of the night. four minutes until 1:00 o'clock in the morning and they will vote around hannity tonight and we will have you updated throughout the day. new developments on the top story: a scientist and his wife arrested by the f.b.i. charged with conspiring to give atomic secrets away. ♪ [ female announcer ] yopit's real fruit and the goodness of dairy gives you a little slice of happy. and happiness comes in 25 delicious flavors. yoplait. it is so good. it's like hardwiring the market right into my desktop. launch my watchlist -- a popping stock catches my eye. pull up the price chart. see what the analysts say. as i jump back, streaming video news confirms what i thought. pull the trigger -- done. i can even do most of this on my smartphone. really, it's incredible. like nothing i've ever experienced. unleash your investing and trade free for 60 days with e-trade. >>shepard: and now a developing story we reported 30 minutes ago. a scientist and his wife would both worked at los alamos national laboratory arrested after an f.b.i. sting operation and now charged with conspiring to help develop a nuclear weapon for venezuela. they are accused of dealing with an f.b.i. agent posing as an venezuela agent worth millions. and now, good of you to be here. thank you. do you have a sense, yet, exactly what it is the people were giving away? >>guest: sit hard to tell exactly but the fact that the f.b.i. has indicted them, arrested them, and provided this much information in the indictment; namely they werevilled -- were individuals who had access, and they were prepared to sell the material, and this is extremely serious. >>shepard: it has been going on longer than a decade? >>guest: absolutely they were there in the 1990's and 198's. how they hooked up with venezuela and whether the venezuela people they hooked up with were agents of the venezuela government or agents of chavez' intelligence service. there are lots of details about this story that we do not know. but the bottom line is that this is extremely serious. these are individuals who had access to what is called "restricted data." that is nuclear weapons related design and other information. so, this is information that the u.s. government makes a maximum effort to prevent theft of. and that they were selling this. and they did sell it. gives every reason to believe they were doing something very dangerous for the country. and while they are indicted for the actions that clearly the criminal actions they took assuming the indictment is correct, are criminal in themselves, what we don't know is what else they may have sold before they entered this because the reason why they were the targets of a sting operation was there was a lot of other suspicious activity earlier. >>shepard: thank you, mr. allison. thank you, sir. some good news to report, now, from the gulf of mexico. this just in: from b.p. in new orleans, cement is now being pumped in to permanently seal the company's blown out well in the gulf of mexico. this will not happen immediately but the process has begun and we have been led to believe it could be fully sealed by sunday. remember, they capped it before. now they have drilled an entirely new shaft into the side of the thing. so they can purpose the cement down in there. and joe torre will step down at the end of the soap. not a surprise. torre took the yankees to multiple world series wins not long ago, and he has an unbelievable foundation for kids and others in the new york city area. we on the east coast hope he will come home. joe torre along with the great george steinbrenner and another of one of the yankee's 27 world series trophies, king of new york, leaving the dodgers to be replaced by mattingly. a father lashes out against a bus full of kids who were harassing his disabled daughter. and now he is in trouble and facing criminal charges. did he go too far to try to protect his kid? 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that is an issue. we want the proper investigation run by the investigation. >>shepard: what do you charge him with? >> disturbing the peace and stubbing a school function, misdemeanors. they will give him anger management and work something out with him. >>shepard: you mention the fee by prince story the girl who was bullied and the accusation is she killed herself as a result of the bullying and there are serious charges including life imprisonment for one of theallied suspects. if this went that far, we would have a different conversation here. >> exactly. that's the point, isn't it? look, it is scary for an angry father to be yelling at kids on a bus. but it is far worse, this is not a close question. far worse for a child to take her own life. we have the moral balance off when it comes to bullying, schools are not getting the job done. they are far more interested in dig their heads in the sand and in this case, i would represent the father and file a lawsuit against the school under the americans with disabilities act. they had an obligation to protect this child. how dare they do nothing? and drive this plan to insanity that he did this crazy thing? we can go, he should not do that but can you blame him? >>shepard: it's hard. >> where is the bus driver in all of this? >> charge him, too. >>shepard: sad stuff. we will follow this and keep viewers updated. it has been an interesting week for primary elections. surprising upsets. but the best is yet to come. and, now, former president clinton offers up advice to current president obama. where would you go to offer it but with jon stewart. copd makes it hard for meo breathe. but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now, i can join the fun and games withy grandchildren. great news! for people with copd, inuding chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or both, advair helps significantly improve lung function. while nothing can reverse copd, advair is different from most other copd medications because it contains both an anti-inflammatory and a long-acting bronchodilator, working together to help you breathe better. advair won't replace fast-acting hars for sudden symptoms and should not be used more than twice a day. people with copd taking advair may have a higher chance of pneumonia. advair may increase your risk of osteoporosis and some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking advair. i had fun today, grandpa. you and me both. if copd is still making it hard to breathe, ask your doctor if including advair will help improve your lung function for better breathing. get your first full prescription free and save on refills. >>shepard: fox is election headquarters. six weeks before elections, and former president clinton urged president obama to hit the trail in support of fellow democrats. and it could be because of polls like there. according to a new poll of fox news 46 percent would back a republican candidate if the re-elections are held today and 40 percent say democrats. that is republicans and democrats. and now, last night on jon stewart president clinton said he faces a similar situation back in 1994. remember that? and protect said he would like the president to go and the country and explain it, like i did, say we have stopped digging. and then talk about what we need to do now. and now the fox news sunday anchor. chris? >>reporter: i have to say what makes that advice from bill clinton so surprising is in the memoir after he left the white house he said the biggest mistake he made was to go out and campaign in 1994 because he said it made him just another politician and he just have been help acting more presidential and we also know they lost 54 or 56 seats in 1994 so i am not sure following the clinton model and going out and campaigning is necessarily the best advise. maybe he wants obama to fail. think of that. >>shepard: that is horrible. there is a lot of rivalry but do you really think? >>reporter: no, i don't. if the democrats lost criminal of the house of representatives and the senate, who would they town to, to be the nominee in 2012? >>shepard: that is one way to think of it. i have a couple of polls, 2010 vote for congress among independents who do everything, now, anyway, before the tea party, 30 percent would vote nor a democratic candidate, 30 percent for republican candidate and 40 percent vote for "other" or "unsure." >>reporter: i am surprised at that. many are not considered independent but are registered as republicans and i am surprised it is 40 percent are "unsure," that is good news in that is true for democrats but that indicate as lot of them have not made up their minds. >>shepard: a lot of talk now about how to move forward and one thing you will have on this weekend is christine o'donnell, the surprise winner in delaware, and i cabinet wait to see that. what is your strategy? and karl rove. a mix. good brief. >>reporter: and he has been critical of her. we will talk to him about her and his view of the campaign and how is the party that the republican party moved too far to the right? or are they in good shape? christine o'donnell, a lot of people heard about her but have not heard from her and we will talk about her policies and about some of her political and personal baggage. there is some nationalling regulators and views she has expressed in the past she has to answer for. and we will talk to her about what her role would be in washington, dc. one interesting questions in all of this, and some will say this is good news, when you look at all of the republican incumbents or establishment candidate whose have lost to tea party-types, if you are running there year or running in 2012 or 2014 you have to think, if i vet -- vote or reach out across the aisle i will get my head handed to me. i have to be pure and the question then is, is anything going to get done in washington regardless of which party is in charge because everyone will be scared to make a deal. >>shepard: my favor rate moment last night was the announcement of the "take it down a notch," rally that he is holding and, at the same time, the "be more afraid rally," the weekend before halloween. will you be there? >>reporter: i predict they will not get as big a crowd as our brother beck did. >>shepard: well, i ... >> >>reporter: jacksonville state, really? the wolverines are on a tear. >>shepard: florida state has a tough time. jacksonville state from the state of alabama, and i hope, i hope, at some point, i get to hit you. new one a day menopause formula. can be unsettling. but what if therwere a different sry? of one financial company that grew stronger through the crisis. when me lost their way, this company led the way. by protecting clies and turning uncertainty into confidence. what if that story were true? it is. ♪ >>shepard: a new top dog in the airline business. shareholders from united and continental approved a merger to create the largest air carrier. the deal is expected to close in two weeks and when that happens, a new airline will be called "united," and the c.e.o. of continental will be in charge. but the real work is still ahead. there will be labor issues. they have to combine reservation systems. and there are lawsuits trying to block the thing. you remember what happened with delta and northwest, they cut back on routes. and now hurricanes igor and julia in the atlantic ocean. bermuda will be hit by monday. folks are rushing to get ready. and our corporate dispatched to bermuda. igor has weakened but still massive storm headed for some island. bermuda is only 21 miles long and a mile wide but him to 65,000 people one of the most populated places on earth. the eye is twice the size of the island. and they are taking it seriously. they added extra flights to get tourists off the island. a lost them left before the vacations were up. and a cruise slip was packed here. it left days ahead of schedule to get people out of way of the storm. and the locals are boarding up and stocking up. guys were on front street cutting wood and screwing it to business windows along the water and we saw a lot of people at the local hardware, the biggest hardware store buying sheets of plywood and buying other essential supplies such as batteries, torch, and more. they are out of generators but they are selling water and dry food. this reminds people of the last big storm back in 2003, similar size, similar strength, did $300 million in damages and killed four people. they expect tropical storm to hurricane storm force winds to hit this island for up to 48 hours straight and we expect the first tropical storm force winds to arrive saturday night. diabetes testing? 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lawyer. beth holloway reportedly told joran van der sloot that she had no hate for him in her soul, but she does want to bring natalee home. van der sloot is charged with murdering a second woman. holloway's attorney says his client did not violate any laws by visiting him. >>> a washington woman who claimed a stranger threw acid in her face is now admitting she did it to herself. bethany storro faces multiple charges. now, her story drew worldwide sympathy and attention last month when she told the public a woman in the park threw acid at her leaving her face disfigured. police in oregon say the parts of her story didn't add up. after a search of her house, she admitted the attack was self-inflicted. >>> the big question in the big apple this morning, coming up, did new york get hit with something really twisted? and it's the end of the world as far as soap operas are concerned. the new show you are going to see in the time slot. >>> our weather has been a little topsy-turvy lately. they say it's summer be it hasn't felt like it. and as we move into fall, so do the chances of rain show
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that's how it was. >> joran van der sloot, behind bars. >>> also tonight -- >> i was so panicked. >> it's too hard to go on. >> the police were going to be looking for us. >> a mother of two desperate, hiding, running from the law and her ex-husband. a cross-culturing marriage once happy. >> hello, mom. we're in turkey now. >> then gone sour. >> every e-mail just kept getting worse and worse and worse. >> a young mother convinced her husband was a danger to their daughters, but a foreign court awarded him custody. >> how were they going to do that, take them away from me? >> she grabbed the girls and fled. >> i put them on that boat and they took off. >> now she was a fugitive, accused of kidnapping. >> we go back to turkey, i go to tr prison. >> but what caused her fear? was it her husband or dark secrets in her own family's past? >> we did have abuse in our family. >> and what will happen to her children? >> we have two little girls that are totally innocent. >> "on the run." >>> good evening and welcome to "dateline." our story begins with a devoted mother of two, an american
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. >>> fire leeds to heartbreak for the horse racing community in charles town but several horse were saved when witnesses stepped in to help. good evening. i'm jim vance. >> i'm doreen gentzler. the impact on horse racing and animal lovers is being felt. jackie bensen joins us with more. >> reporter: when steve clark saw fire he did what many people do almost automatically these days, he pulled out his cell phone to take pictures. that phone record ad chaotic scene and heroic rescue. this couple were heading home when they saw fire. >> the horse barn is on fire. >> reporter: one barn was engulfed in flames which spread to a second barn and threatened a third. amber is a life long rider and horse lover. >> it was difficult. we're with unfamiliar horses that were scared doet. >> reporter: it was 4:00 a.m. and so dark rescuers used cell phones to see inside the third barn which was filling up with smoke. >> this whole thing is going to flash. we need to get out of here. >> any halters you can find. >> reporter: when the flames were extinguished fire officials announced the terrible toll, more than two dozen racehorses lost their lives. >> unfortunately, this fire had a big start on us. when we arrived we had fire blowing maybe 30 to 40 feet out of the roof of the barns. >> reporter: thanks to the work of rescuers nearly as many were saved. in daylight the horses were brought into a nearby corral, still nervous but alive. >> they seemed to know they were being helped, even though they were scared to death they knew they wanted out. >> reporter: taylor and clark said they just wished they could have done more. back to you. >>> jackie bensen, thank you. >>> tomorrow is known by many aster bill tuesday. unofficial end to summer and return to work and school for just about everybody in the area. it also means more congestion on the roads and the rails, and that will be evident come morning. john trippen has more. >> reporter: as you can see behind me the key bridge, the traffic here is flowing tonight. come tomorrow morning aaa mid-atlantic say major arteries like this one and others around this washington region will be packed. if you're going to work or taking the kids to school tomorrow morning leave the house early, put more songs on your ipod do whatever you can because chances are your commute will not be fun. as the sun septembers on the mall on labor day festivities it marks the unofficial end to summer fun. >> it was definitely too short. it flew by in the matter of a week. >> reporter: tuesday morning government employees head back to work and kids will be heading back to school. >> a little crazy, you know. just the traffic seems like it's been really bad this year. this summer. been crazy summer. >> reporter: aaa mid-atlantic say there are 3 million workers in the washington metro area and half of them drive to work every day by themselves. if you do have to get on the road on tuesday there are some areas to avoid. >> most of the potomac river crossings. construction is going on. i-95 south. 300,000 cars. greenbelt, which is the most congested part of the beltway. >> reporter: taking metro is one way around the problem but riders on the red line will have their own set of issues to deal with. metro said after being closed trains will resume running at the glenn mont, wheaton, silver spring and tacoma station but running at a reduced speed. >> can't do anything but get on train at my regular time and hope for the best. >> reporter: if you can pull it off, aaa mid-atlantic say this is the best way to avoid tuesday's rush. >> call in sick. say the dog ate my homework. whatever excuse you can find, use it tomorrow. >> reporter: that is an alternative. boss will not like to hear it. if you do call out sick aaa mid-atlantic says tomorrow morning's traffic the kind of traffic people around the region need to get used to it. we'll see it for the rest of the fall. it will be a shock to so many because we haven't seen it in the past three months. reporting live from the key bridge, trip. back to you. >>> after one of the nicest labor day weekends in memory, things are going to get warmer outside tomorrow. doug kammerer is in the storm center with that. >> a great day for kids to go back to school. a lot of kids say what do you mean? weather wise anyway it will be quite nice. 74 degrees out there right now. dew point of 61. humidity only 64%. within out of the south at 10 miles per hour. it is a gorgeous night out there temperature wise and we're falling down. 66 in frederick, maryland. down towards culpeper, virginia 64 degrees and clinton, maryland coming in at 68. tomorrow the bus, hopefully making its way towards the bus stop. 56 to 65 degrees as everybody, a lot of you are heading back to school. my complete forecast coming up in just a little bit. >>> thanks, doug. >>> today was not a day off for candidates for d.c. mayor with the primary nearly a week way now. council chairman vincent gray has a lead over incumbent mayor adrian fenty. gray spent this labor day encouraging supporters to vote early. mayor fenty did the same after enlisting the help of school chancellor michelle rhee. 9,000 people voted in the first week. >>> president obama chose labor day to unveil a long term jobs program. the president made appearance at labor fest in milwaukee. he detailed a $50 billion program intended to improve the nationing transportation system and create thousands of new jobs. >> we're going rebuild 150,000 miles of our roads. that's enough to circle the world six times. that's a lot of road. we're going to lay and maintain 4,000 miles of our railways. enough to stretch coast to coast. >> the majority of the jobs won't be created until next year. republicans said the american public is weary about the administration asking for more money and more patience. >>> the president and many other americans are remembering the life of jefferson thomas tonight. thomas was one of the little rock nine a group of nine black students who integrated the all white central high school in arkansas in little rock in 1957. they first went into the school under heavy military escort. president obama said the country owes mr. thomas a debt of gratitude for the stand he took and the leadership he showed in the decade since then. he died yesterday at the age of 68. >>> still ahead on news 4 11:00, joran van der sloot admits taking money from natalee holloway's family and why. >> tropical storm hermine strengthening quickly. >>> an unusual sight outwest when a be climber takes to a sky skrarp. >>> nationals rookie has a day to be. also maryland and navy go down the wire and the boise state virginia tech matchup, certainly lived u chevy chase bank is becoming capital one bank. with the most locations in the dc area, we figured they could use our help. ♪ down a bit. too much. 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everybody has to go back to work tomorrow and you'll go back to work with great conditions. 74 degrees out there now. dew point 61. humidity 64%. winds occupant of the south at 10 miles per hour. nothing on the radar once again as i was telling you. we need to see train out there and doesn't look like we'll see any rain for at least the next six to seven days. next best chance of rain i see doesn't come until next sunday. dry weather continuing over the next few days. 66 right now in frederick, 72 in sterling, 72 in la plata. we'll continue to see these temperatures dip down. look at salisbury already at 62 degrees. upper 50s. a lot of 50s overnight tonight and as you wake up tomorrow morning, heading off to school, 66 degrees at 6:00 a.m. a lot of kids have not heard that alarm clock going off recently. you'll hear it tomorrow. 75 degrees by 10:00 a.m. about third period. 86 degrees at 2:00. nice and warm with a temperature getting up to near 90 degrees. 89 by 6:00. so what have we seen around the area? nothing but sunshine and now dealing with clear skies. clouds to the south and east. for us we continue to be dominated by an area of high pressure and it's not going anywhere soon. it will stay across the region, slide on down to the south and east. that will help to warm up. temperatures making their way up into the 90 degree range during the day tomorrow. some areas around the culpeper area, frederick, maryland, 91, 92 degrees. a frontal boundary will move through during the day on wednesday. that front will allow for much cooler air on thursday and friday as well. a nice cool down. feel much more like fall as we make our way across the next couple of days. the tropical satellite, tropics have been very active. we just told you about hermine. the remnants of gaston really not looking good at all. it still could develop but looking like a weak storm. tomorrow morning, clear skies. feeling good out there. 56 to 65 degrees. then for tomorrow your day tomorrow looking all right. temperatures getting up to around 90 but still quite comfortable after that nice little warm up with plenty of sunshine. by the way, kids, recess should be spectacular tomorrow. 86 on your wednesday. 78 on thursday. 78 on friday with plenty of sunshine and then we move into the chances for rain coming up on sunday and into monday. at least right now half the weekend looks great. >> if the summer has to end this was a pretty good way to end it. >> not bad at all. >> how do you know third period is around 10:00. >> it hasn't been that long for me. that was physics for me. >> that's pretty good. >>> still ahead tonight meet one marathoner who is impressing everyone with his heart. >>> and in sports, terps, [ male announcer ] progress. progress is saving tax payers millions of dollars, with the help of visa digital currency. which lets troy reiners, manager of nebraska's child support payment center, put money into pre-paid visa accounts for just a penny... instead of mailing out checks for 59 cents each. now that's progress. visa. currency of progress. visa. no oil has flowed into the gulf for weeks, but it's just the beginning of our work. i'm iris cross. bp has taken full responsibility for the clean up in the gulf and that includes keeping you informed. my job is to listen to the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel and restaurant workers and find ways to help. that means working with communities. we have 19 centers in 4 states. we've made over 120,000 claims payments, more than $375 million. we've committed $20 billion to an independent claims fund to cover lost income until people impacted can get back to work. we'll keep looking for oil, cleaning it up if we find it and restoring the gulf coast. i was born in new orleans. my family still lives here. bp is gonna be here until the oil is gone and the people and businesses are back to normal... until we make this right. but you wouldn't want an antique computer. or an antique tv. ♪ or an antique remote control. so why are you still using an antique cable network created in 1948 for your 2010 tv? 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, the his disapproval rate is rising. >>> surprising admission, joran van der sloot admitting he took money from natalee holloway's family. he'll explain why. >>> a summer vacation may be over but will it feel like >>> time for weather and traffic early on this tuesday morning. clear and cool start to this tuesday. our temperatures now in the 60s generally around the suburbs and rural areas near 70 in washington and near the bay. highs today into the mid and upper 80s. lots of sunshine and low humidity. tomorrow, a few clouds around a front will be coming through midday with a small chance of a passing shower. highs reaching near 90. after the front goes by, breezy and turning cooler, sunny on thursday and friday, highs upper 70s. a look at the weekend in ten minutes and the latest with tropical storm hermine. ashley, how's the traffic? >> starting off this morning, red line will reopen at 5:00 a.m. they dropped it from the website so trains will be running from the takoma station and wheaton glenmont area. no big trouble spots around the region. we've got 95 wide open so starting you
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>>> good morning, america. i'm bianna golodryga. >> and i'm dan harris. this is saturday, september 18th. this morning, palin takes iowa. the former v.p. nominee gives a fiery speech at a key republican dinner, in what is likely to be the first state to vote in the 2012 primary. is this the first step toward a presidential run? >>> hurricane alley. karl blasted mexico while hurricane igor heads straight for bermuda. packing some serious power. we're live with the latest. >>> why did she do it? the mother and father of a woman who lied about having acid thrown in her face, address the question everybody's been asking. why did their daughter do this to herself? >>> and dancing hands. forget the flying feet of "riverdance." how about the flying fingers of irish hand dancing? ♪ and no, that was not the two of us doing hand dancing. >> i've been worried all morning that you're going to propose some sort of -- >> i want to. the hour's not over yet, dan. they actually used to perform for "riverdance." this is a new dance craze they're starting. they're going to be joining us live. >> they've gone rogue, post "riverdance." >> emotionless faces. did you see that? >> i did. >> we'll talk to them, later. >>> also, we have serious news. including new details about what happened when the mother of natalee holloway, went inside a peruvian prison to confront the man she believes murdered her daughter. joran van der sloot's lawyer is calling beth twitty's surprise jailhouse visit an ambush. we'll have the latest on that. >>> this is a story that touched a nerve with our viewers. lit up the message board. you saw the video of a father storming on to a school bus and threatening the kids he thinks is bullying his daughter. a lot of people weighed in on this. we'll be talking more about what parents should do in these sorts of circumstances. >> he's apparently looking at jail time. >> yeah, he is. he came out and apologized. but there's a lot more to this story, as well. >>> you heard about overnight, big news from hollywood. lindsay lohan, the struggling starlet admitted she failed a drug test. that means she could be going back to jail. r out.s on twitter all night, we'll tell you what she has to say about that. >>> we begin with pol3-ayes n io it's eato bki a but sarah palin is stirring speculation that she white house in her sis. she fired up the crowd at a fund-raiser. and in washington, another gop rising star was drawing comparisons to palin at a conservative summit. that's where john hendren is this morning. good morning, john. >> reporter: hi, bianna. good morning. i'm here at the values voters summit. i'm here at the values voters summit. will be out in forc they're here to hear mie huckabee and mitt romney. but palin opted for iowa, instead. and that has a lot of people wondering just what she's up to. is she testing the waters for 2012? >> todd says, i guarantee you, if anybody spots you in the tennis shoes, the headline's going to be, "vanity fair," they're going to say, palin in iowa decides to run. >> reporter: with sarah palin headlining a gop fund-raiser in a key gop state, the white house thinks so. >> normally this time of year, you go to dip your toe in the water. my guess is that she's going to dip that toe. >> it may take folks shaking us up, shaking it up, to get there. >> reporter: in iowa and at the conservative values voter summit in washington, palin tops a new roster that has conservatives fired up. >> it's our recovery fall when we take back the house and senate on november 2nd. >> reporter: then, there's the tea party's newest phenom. >> they call us wacky. they call us wingnuts. we call us, we, the people. >> reporter: she has palin to thank for pushing her over the finish line in the delaware primary. and perhaps for paving the way with a certain folksy style. does she remind you of anyone? >> yes. she reminds me of sarah palin. >> i see a resemblance of sarah palin. >> sarah palin. >> sarah palin. >> reporter: the party's rising stars and prospects played well on the standing-room-only floor. >> the energy level's much higher this year than other years. >> if anybody doesn't understand this is the year of the conservative, they're asleep. >> reporter: as republicans embrace their new stars, president obama found himself stumping where no democrat should have to campaign. >> we need you to do this for candidates all across the country. >> reporter: in connecticut, which hasn't put a republican in the senate since 1982. today, at this conservative summit, people will hear from conservative crowd pleasers. people like newt gingrich. but perhaps more important are the voices of the voters in the audience. i talked to several of them, dan. they say we'll hear from them in november. >> john, thank you. that's john hendren reporting this morning. >>> let's stay in washington and get insight from two, political pros. republican robert traynham and democrat karen finney. >> good morning. >> thank you for getting up with us this morning. we appreciate it. let me start with you, karen. is sarah palin running? >> obviously, in the primary season, she's had influence on the process. she is enjoying success in the process. she likes to get paid. >> robert, is she running? >> i don't know the answer to that. truth be told, i don't think she knows the answer. but she's doing everything she can to position herself, that if she chooses to run, she has the staff and resources in place to do so. >> well, staying with you for a second. if she does run, do you think she can win? >> in the primaries, i think she could. there are really three states that determine who the republican nominees are going to be. iowa, new hampshire and south carolina. if you look at the demographics in those states, sarah palin has a significant ground force. the real question is whether she can win in the general. she is a forced to be reckoned with. there's no question about it. >> karen, is this a candidate that the obama white house would like to face or fear facing? >> i think democrats learned a long time ago when they were hoping that ronald reagan would be the republican nominee not to try to guess or foreshadow. again, i don't think sarah palin's seriously running. i think what she's doing here is trying to stake out a base in the party, which she clearly has. and be a political player. >> robert, while palin appeared in iowa, we had this cattle call going on in d.c., which is going to continue through the weekend. the values voter summit. is there anybody in the field, a large field of potential republican presidential candidates, that stands out to you? >> not really. i mean, the only person that pretty much is putting his big toe in the water right now, and arguably could have a chance at this, is mitch daniels, the republican governor of iowa. of indiana. he is someone that definitely strikes me as a deficit hawk. he is someone who clearly talks the talk of a lot of social conservatives. but truth be told, the field is wide-open. we have about a dozen republican candidates. everyone from newt gingrich, to mitt romney, possibly sarah palin. rick santorum, haley barbour. and they recognize that obama is vulnerable right now. >> karen, there's so much energy on the right right now. but some democrats, including people in the white house, seem to be verging on gleeful when it comes to the rise oaf the tea party. the logic seems to be, some of the people have said such extreme things in the past, that they're going to be easier to beat. is there complacency potentially setting in? >> no. i hope not. and i hope we learned our lesson from the massachusetts senate race. that was a big wake-up call. and i think even lisa murkowski's race should be a wake-up call to anyone who is an incumbent, that you can't take anything for granted. you have to do the work and show up. that being said, i think what democrats recognize, is while there's so much talk about the enthusiasm gap, what we've seen is really republican enthusiasm, folding in against itself. not necessarily against democrats. which suggests that during the general election, we don't know how the tea party candidates are going to fair. if democrats can turn out the vote, things might turn out differently than everybody's predicting. >> robert, what's your state of anxiety or lack thereof right now? with the tea party being huge in the primaries. the primaries are now over. are you worried that the tea party phenomenon could hurt the party going forward? >> i'm not sure. this is a healthy conversation that republicans are among amongsee he and soul of the party. agree with karen tha should never take anything for granted. and you can look at arlen ter you can look at arlen rimrss they. bob bennett in utah. obviously, lisa murkowski in alaska. but i disagree with her. this is not rly afo > >> this is -- karen. this is a conversation that e aicanavin let's take a look at this. the democrats should be very happy right now thride obama ended the iraq war. that comprehensive health care reform has passed. that the cumr tion o and ay,re v unhappy right now with the so, the truth be told, there's some real issues within the o so, the truth be told, there's some real issues within the o to address. s ngast but unfortunately, we have to cut this off. annhave to cut this off. >> daniel. >> careful how you do it, dan. >> she's actually sitting next to me. that's dangerous. robert and karen, thank you very much. bianna, to you. >> all right, daniel. thank you. >>> we'll turn to what has been a busy start to the hurricane season. a monster hurricane named igor is closing in on bermuda. it's the biggest storm to threaten the tropical paradise for years. anden ou david kerley islivus i good to see you, david. bianna. they're used to big storms here. but it looks like igor i direct aim at this island of 21-square-miles. and this has been a strange week. three hurricanes in the atlantic at the same time. residents here and especially tourists are taking igor very seriously. especially after they saw what one of the hurricanes did to mexico. central mexico wakes up to a massive cleanup job after karl slammed ashore. hitting veracruz by 90-mile-per-hour winds. peeling roofs off homes and buildings. up to eight inches of rain, causing massive flooding. mudslides that killed two people. but this is the picture that worries bermuda. with igor coming, the tourists are going. home. this couple's one-year anniversary vacation lasted just 24 hours. >> when we got here, they were closing the hotel and boarding everything up. >> reporter: down on the waterfront, some had to run to catch this giant cruise ship, headed back to new york, after seeing the first signs of igor. >> we got very lucky. >> the waves were a little rough yesterday. but it was awesome. >> yeah. >> reporter: and the more than 60,000 residents left behind are taking no chances. >> everybody's definitely concerned. and getting ready. they're getting ready. >> reporter: many in this crowded british territory remember hurricane fabian seven years ago, which killed four, washed out the airport road and left millions of dollars in damage. it's been more than a decade that we've seen three active hurricanes in the atlantic at the same time. >> sea surface temperatures in the atlantic are at their highest levels on record this summer. and we've seen five, major hurricanes so far this year, which is an unusually high number. >> reporter: and this is a massive, massive storm. hurricane winds, 100 miles out. and tropical storm winds, 350 miles out. it looks like it's taking direct aim here at bermuda. one government official says this may be the worst this island has ever seen. should be coming in the next 36 hours. >> all right. david, stay safe for us out there. thank you for joining us. >>> we're going to turn overseas rre we're going to turn overseas at least two people were killed in rocket attacks. in the northern part of the country, gunmen stormed polling stations. nick schifrin has the latest from kabul. >> reporter: polls here in kabul out lose denlenee the capital. but there are already concerns about low turnout. all of the people behind me observers here to ty to fraud. there's very few voters. to be a voter in afghanistan, is to take your life in ya abdul was one of the few voters we met here. like everyone, he dips his finger in purple ink to prove he's voted. and places his hand-marked ballot in a plastic box. tell me, why did you vote? voting is our right, he says. and members of parliament provide a bridge between the government and the people. voters are choosing among 2,500 candidates. in kabul, there are 20 candidates running for every seat. some young. some religious. some rich. zawa narari is the daughter of a religious leader and was educated in england. >> you know, some people are really brave to go and vote. and i think we should encourage that. >> reporter: being brave, despite massive intimidation. during an interview in eastern afghanistan this morning, insurgents attacked a polling station. u.s. troops responded. three people were injured. for candidates, armed policemen has been a requirement. five of fawzia gelani's campaign workers were kidnapped, lined up and executed. u.s. officials hope this election produces a parliament that provides a check on afghan president hamid karzai. but we won't know the makeup of that parliament for weeks, if not months. this will be a long process of counting ballots and responding to allegations of fraud. the final results aren't due before october 31st. >> you really do see what people go through to get to the polling stations. all the violence. makes you appreciate what we have here. >> absolutely. >> it's hopeful to see people out there making their way to the polls. >> indeed. >>> now, for the day's other news. ron claiborne. good morning. >> good morning, daniel and bianna. good morning, everyone. pope benedict is going ahead with a state visit to britain this morning, despite a terror scare. british forces arrested six men of plotting to attack him. abc's lama hasan joins us now from london with the latest. good morning, lama. >> reporter: good morning, ron. those six men are still in police custody. and they're being interrogated. so far, they have not been charged. officers have raided several homes and businesses. but they've not found any weapons or bombmaking materials. now, police received a tipoff about a possible threat to the pope's visit on thursday night. so, on friday morning, armed officers quickly moved in and arrested these men at gunpoint. these men are thought to be of north african origin and aged between 26 and 50 years old. they were arrested just as they were about to start work on friday morning, and two miles from where the pope is staying during his visit. the pope was reportedly told about the arrests. and he was described as being calm. and he continues with his historic visit to britain. at a mass this morning, ron, the pope addressed the issue of sexual abuse within the catholic church. and he said that he apologized for the unspeakable crimes committed by catholic priests. ron? >> thank you very much. lama hasan reporting from london. >>> and toyota has settled a lawsuit over the fatal crash that brought national attention. the problem of sudden acceleration in many of its weeks. four people were killed in the 2009 crash in san diego. investigators believe an improperly installed floor mat caused the gas pedal to stick. the problem led toyota to recall millions of vcles notanno >>> finally, one lucky escape for a baby in turkey. a 1-year-old crossed a busy highway when its mother fell asleep. motorists waved to keep other motorists from hitting the child. the mother woke up and rescued her baby. very lucky. first look at the headlines. to daniel and bianna. >> that video is harrowing. >> scary, isn't it? >> very. >> lucky, indeed. >> yes, as the mother of two, strapping, young boys. that thing wants to make you hold them tight. >>> mary, good morning. >> good morning, everyone at home. it's been confirmed. new york city saw the ninth and tenth tornadoes in history. nine and ten, since 1950. this was thursday, after a storm just ripped through there. an ef-0, hit brooklyn, packing 80-mile-per-hour winds. and over in queens, ef-1, packing 100-mile-per-hour winds. then, there was a macro burst, which is just a strong string of winds. there's 14,000 people without power, if you can believ thanks so much. more on your saturday outlook a little bit later on in the show. dan? >> thanks, mary. >>> we have new details now about the face-to-face meeting between joran van der sloot and natalee holloway's mother. how did she get into that prison in peru? and what did they say to each other? jeremy hubbard is on the story. >> reporter: joran van der sloot's angry attorney is now sounding off about the surprise confrontation. he is convinced dutch tv paid off a top prison official to get beth holloway-twitty inside for the on-camera confrontation. >> i think joran van der sloot was shocked when he saw her. she was in a room. he was brought into that room. she demanded, in a sense, that she wanted to see him. >> reporter: she reportedly asked van der sloot about natalee holloway's disappearance. he refused to answer. she left. the incident comes days after a dutch tv interview from inside that prison, aired on nbc's "dateline," in which van der sloot seems to blame the holloway case for making his life miserable. >> so many things have happened because of that case. people bothering me, lying to me, you name it, anything else. i have a lot of anger because of that also. >> reporter: earlier this month, van der sloot admitted to a dutch newspaper, he tried to extort $250,000 from natalee's mom, in exchange for the location of natalee's remains. i wanted to get back at natalee's family, he said. her parents have been making my life tough for five years. followers of the case say those interviews may be what compelled holloway twitty to confront van der sloot. >> i think anything to want to stare in the eyes of the person that she believes murdered her daughter. >> reporter: van der sloot is in the prison, awaiting trial for the may 30th hotel room murder of stephany flores, exactly five years after natalee holloway's disappearance in aruba. and aruba is where holloway-twitty is this morning. she flew back to the island yesterday, continuing her quest for answers in natalee's death. for "good morning america," jeremy hubbard, abc news. >> she wants closure and will do anything to find out what happened to her daughter. >> hard to blame her. >>> coming up, the parents of the woman who faked an acid attack say they are heartbroken. we'll hear what they have to say about the hoax and why their daughter did it. >>> also, lindsay lohan in trouble again. she tested positive for drugs, just weeks after getting out of rehab. she announced it all overnight on her twitter feed. what does it mean for her and her career? 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the web. it was made by these two traditional irish dancers. we'll talk to them from london this morning. we'll ask them about their hand dance. and how it feels to be viral video stars. they brought in their special piece of wood because whatever we have in our office in london -- >> was just not good enough. >> it wasn't making the right noises. >> apparently, it only took them five days to learn to do that. >> five days. but years of prior training. >>> good morning, america. he's dan harris. i'm bianna golodryga. it's saturday, september 18th. >>> also ahead, we're going to talk about the video that has so many of you outraged. a dad storms on to a school bus and threatens the children he says were bullying his daughter. he now faces jail time. but you lit up our message boards in support of him. we'll have an update and talk about what you do if your child is being picked on. >>> plus, everybody is talking about lindsay lohan this morning. i printed out her twitter feed from overnight. we'll talk about what she has to say. the fact she has failed a court-ordered drug test, just weeks after she got out of jail. she wrote about it, powered her heart out all night. we'll tell you what she had to say, coming up. >>> we begin with the washington state woman who made up the story of being splashed in the face with acid by a stranger. her stunned parents are speaking out about the bizarre case. and mike von fremd has the story. >> reporter: bethany storro's parents say they are heartbroken by what their daughter has done. >> nancy and i are deeply sorry. we're going through a very tough time. >> reporter: many were planning on attending a fund-raiser today for bethany. and some now say they feel duped, after learning it was all a hoax. >> it makes me sick. i don't understand why she needed attention that badly. >> look, it's a tragedy on all levels. >> reporter: in a dramatic news conference from the hospital, bethany blamed an african- h attack. >> once it hit me, i could actually hear it bubbling and sizzling my skin. >> reporter: experts report people seeking notoriety for self-inflicted wounds is al common. 72% of self-injury is from cutting. 35% from burning. in 2008, a volunteer for the mccain presidential campaign made up a story about an attacker scratching a letter in her face. in 2004, a woman in paris, falsely claimed she was marked with swastikas. >> for a brief moment, they inflict this pain. they feel a release. they may get attention. and it makes them actually feel better for a short period of time. >> reporter: in bethany's case, she pulled off the hoax for more than two weeks. >> as to the question of why she did this. there were no signs and we don't really know at this point. but it's our hope that the medical community can find the answers. >> reporter: they say they're doing their best to help their daughter recover both physically and emotionally. >> she has a long road ahead of her. but she's on the road. and we're going to walk it with her. >> reporter: bethany's loved ones, now truly understand just how much help this troubled, young woman really needs. for "good morning america," mike von fremd, abc news. >> that really is shocking. when that story hit, we were all outraged. and she went on to say, she wore sunglasses. she was lucky she did. police were skeptical about that, given that the attack took place at night. but it's devastating. >> you have to feel bad because she's going to have to live with the consequences for the rest of her life. >>> let's get the news now. sorry. go ahead. >> good morning, bianna and dan. good morning, everyone. in the news, bp's blownout oil well in the gulf of mexico could be declared permanently dead today. engineers are pumping it full of cement to seal it for good, five months after it began spewing oil. >>> a new mexico couple has been charged with trying to sell nuclear secrets to an fbi agent posing as an agent for venezuela. the couple worked at the los alamos national laboratory. and they were arrested in a sting operation. >>> lisa murkowski is mounting a write-in campaign to keep her job. she lost the republican primary to a rival backed by the tea party. national republican leaders say they will not support her. >>> finally, a woman from massachusetts bagged a giant gator. look at the size of that thing in south carolina. she caught a 13 1/2-foot alligator that weighed about 900 pounds. maybe it's a rubber gator, supposed to look like a real one. we'll find out and look into that and tell you next week. >>> that's a quick look at the headlines. now, to marysol for the weather. >> thanks for that, ron. good morning, everyone. let's turn to virginia beach. for those of you trying to get the last licks of summer in, be wary. rough surf will be an issue this weekend. down in virginia beach, 6-foot to 12-foot seas. and the rip currents will be treacherous, as well. the culprit, as we mentioned all morning, hurricane igor. churning in the atlantic. going to take a hit on bermuda by monday. it's a category 2. packing 105-mile-per-hour winds. it's 600 miles to the east of the east coast. but it's such a massive storm, it is causing rough seas clo thanks so much. this weather report has been brought to you by avon. dan? >> mary, thank you. >>> again this morning, we're talking about lindsay lohan. and again, it is not something positive. she tested positive for drugs in a court-ordered test. she went on twitter last night to say she is still, quote, a work in progress. any progress she makes now may happen in jail. meg oliver has more. >> you're a mess. do you think anyone wants to work with a drunk? take it from me. they don't. >> reporter: less than a week after poking fun at her substance abuse problems during the mtv music awards -- >> have a great show. >> reporter: lindsay lohan is in trouble again. late friday, she went on her twitter account and admitted she failed a drug test. she tweeted, regrettably, i did, in fact, fail my most recent drug test. and if i am asked, i'm prepared to appear before judge fox next week as a result. lohan was released almost 3 weeks ago, after serving just 13 days of a 90-day sentence, for violating probation in a 2007 dui case. she was ordered to attend weekly counseling sessions and pass random drug tests. this was certainly a setback for me, she wrote last night. but i'm taking responsibility for my actions. and i'm prepared to face the consequences. those consequences could include more jail time. this all comes as the troubled star was trying to jump-start her career. she is reportedly in talks to host "saturday night live" this december. substance abuse is a disease, which unfortunately doesn't go away overnight, lohan tweeted. i'm working hard to overcome it. and i'm taking positive steps. meg oliver, abc news, new york. >> and lindsay's saga continues. >>> coming up on "good morning america," a father goes too far when he confronts a bully. we got 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angrily confronting some kids he said had been bullying his daughter on the school bus. but rather than provoking outrage, there's been outpouring and support and sympathy for the dad. still, police say that's not the way to go about things. and the dad is now facing jail time. yunji de nies has more. >> reporter: james jones storms his daughter's school bus. out to confront her bullies. >> i'm gonna [ bleep ] you. this is my daughter. and i will kill the [ bleep ]. >> reporter: jones says the boys have been teasing, hitting, even throwing condoms at his 11-year-old daughter, who has cerebral palsy. >> everybody sit down. everybody sit down. >> reporter: the mad dad also threatens the driver. >> if anything happens to my daughter, i'm [ bleep ] and everybody on this [ bleep ]. >> reporter: jones was arrested, charged with disorderly conduct and disturbing a school function. he faces up to four months in prison. upon release, he stood by his actions. >> my daughter is not going to be hazed and beatup and touched on. okay? >> reporter: jones' attorneys says the father of two has no criminal record. and that the bullying was so bad, his daughter is on suicide watch. >> this is a new school for her. she just started middle school. and it has been unrelenting torment. >> reporter: hundreds of "good morning america" viewers weighed in on our message boards. while most don't agree with his methods, the vast majority support this angry dad. thank god for awesome fathers like the one that defended his daughter. you go, dad, echoes, anothermorgan. sad day when a parent standing up for his child is the one punished. but m. griffin says, sounds like he's the bully. shame on him. jones will have another opportunity to face his daughter's alleged tormentors. if he decides to press charges, police say those seventh graders could also be heading to court. for "good morning america," yunji de nies, abc news. >>> and joining me now to talk more about this is child psychologist, dr. michael bradley. thanks for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> it is troublesome to watch what that father did on the school bus and watch the video. but there's also a lot of sympathy. we heard from these parents. parents always say they will do anything to protect their children. what comes to your mind when you watch that video? >> i would have wanted to do the same thing. i think. i'm irish. i want to go in there and beat up the bullies. it doesn't work. i wish it worked. it doesn't. it's much more complex than that. our job as parents are to protect our kids in that situation. that involves helping them feel a sense of control, a sense of respect. and teaching them how to handle these situations because we're not going to be there on the bus with them the rest of their lives? >> what should the father have done? he should have talked to his daughter and not the teachers or the bus driver? >> the research is clear. when we jump in and do that, the kids feel worse. they feel less control. and they feel they can't handle themselves. they feel they helpless without the bodyguard there. you have to sit down with the kid and say, what should we do about this? consult with the kid so she feels like she's smart. she has some control. and she'll be able to handle this in the future. >> we know that the daughter has cerebral palsy. in a circumstance like that, do you also solicit the same advice? >> more so. first of all, cerebral palsy does not mean somebody's emotionally or intellectually setback or challenged at all. they can be perfectly normal, in intellect and feelings. we have to even more so work with kids with challenges on this because they're more often targets. they're easy targets. and because of their challenges, they feel less control and power in their lives. so, we have to help them feel that they themselves can control their environmeand t >> we spent so muca daughter other children on the school bus. a lot of them said twere scared and frightenedt the father was saying tem. children like those that were on the bus? >> that's the key to bullying. you know, it's not so much the bullying and the victim. it's the bystanders. where were the other kids, watching this go on? the poor kid getting tormented. where were the kids? were they enjoying that? did they think it was funny? or can they step up and say, that's not funny. when we go after the bystanders and teach them, and they start to speak up, that's when we solve the bullying problem in our schools. >> should parents bring this up with their children? or should they wait for children to discuss this? a lot of kids don't want to tell their parents what goes on in their daily life. so, how does a parent know when something is crisis mode? >> assume that your kid is being bullied, has been bullied or maybe is the bully, or is a bystander. raise it early and often with the kid, especially if they're the bystander. what should you do? do you have an obligation to the people on that 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first place. >> stephanie, thanks so much. >>> joran van der sloot got quite a surprise visitor while sitting in his prison cell in peru. you won't believe what happened there. >>> plus, meet the dog with the world's largest, longest tongue. ♪ we could've gone a more traditional route... ... but it wouldn't have been nearly as memorable. ♪ time to face the pollen that used to make me sneeze... my eyes water. but now zyrtec®, the fastest 24-hour allergy relief, comes in a liquid gel. zyrtec® liquid gels work fast, so i can love the air®. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 no more $2, $3 fees. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 no more paying to access your own money. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 it'd be like every atm in the world was your atm. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 the schwab bank high yield investor checking(tm) account. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 zero atm fees. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 a great interest rate. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 no minimums. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 the biggest thing in checking since checks. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 open an account at 1-800-4schwab or schwab.com. >>> in what must have been a highly emotional and incredib
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her daughter. joran van der sloot's lawyer is now calling beth twitty's surprise jailhouse visit a, quote, ambush. we'll have the latest on that. >>> this is a story that touched a nerve with our viewers. lit up the message board. you saw the video of a father storming on to a school bus and threatening the kids he thinks is bullying his daughter. a lot of people weighed in on this. we'll be talking more about what parents should do in these sorts of circumstances. >> he's apparently looking at jail time. >> yeah, he is. he came out and apologized. but there's a lot more to this story, as well. >>> you heard about overnight, big news from hollywoo lindstrug starlet, admitted she failed a drug test. g ck pouring her heart we'll tell you what she sayt th cf1p>>>withcs. all eyes are on iowa it's very early to be talking about iowa. but sarah pas st white house in her sih she fired up tecro republican fund-raiser in the state last night. and in washington, another gop rising star was drawing comparisons to palin conservative summit. that's whee joendrcf1 >> reporter: i' hthe oers summi
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surprise joran van der sloot behind bars. what was said during their jailhouse exchange. >>> first a look ahead at the president's schedule today. the big news, of course, is the announcement of elizabeth warren to help set up this new consumer protection agency. here's a mini prediction, you're going to see a lot of elizabeth warren on tv over the next 12 hours. you're watching "the daily rundown" only on msnbc. boss: our breakout session is gonna be great. got the gecko t-shirt... "4 million drivers switched!" gecko water bottle... notebook... chamois... gecko: sir, i feel a little bit uncomfortable with all... you know... with all this. i mean, it's not about me. should be about how geico's the third-largest car insurance company in the nation. things like that. boss: oh, of course! we're not gonna get carried away. gecko: uh...yeah... all right as long as we don't overdo it. vo: geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. what i wouldn't do for a do-over. [ female announcer ] neutrogena® clinical skincare helps restore collagen depleted skin to und
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. >> thanks. >>> joran van der sloot confess toes a crime. it's all about revenge. >>> plus, police risk their lives to rescue a man from a burning car and it's caught on tape. [ male announcer ] if you've had a heart attack caused by a completely blocked artery, another heart attack could be lurking, waiting to strike. a heart attack that's caused by a clot, one that could be fatal. but plavix helps save lives. plavix, taken with other heart medicines goes beyond what other heart medicines do alone, to provide greater protection against heart attack or stroke and even death, by helping to keep blood platelets from sticking together and forming dangerous clots. ask your doctor if plavix is right for you. protection that helps save lives. [ female announcer ] certain genetic factors and some medicines such as prilosec reduce the effect of plavix leaving you at greater risk for heart attack and stroke. your doctor may use genetic tests to determine treatment. don't stop taking plavix without talking to your doctor as your risk of heart attack or stroke may increase. people with stomach ulc
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the war effort. >>> and coming up, joran van der sloot's suspected in the disappearance of natalee holloway and of the death of a woman in peru speaks out behind bars. but first this is "today" on nbc. >>> coming up, store brands versus generic, is there really a difference? >> plus the iowa football player who walked away from this crash after your local news. suitcase? huh? ♪ where do gummy bears hide? under the seat. look! yeah! ♪ [ telephone rings ] [ male announcer ] the all new chevy equinox. [ man ] guess who? dad! [ man ] enjoy the trip! okay, daddy! [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] a consumers digest best buy. with a 100,000 mile powertrain warranty. it takes you farther... and brings you closer. i feel like i have to wind myself up to deal with the sadness, the loss of interest, the lack of energy. [ male announcer ] ask your doctor about pristiq®, a prescription medicine proven to treat depression. pristiq is thought to work by affecting the levels of two chemicals in the brain, serotonin and norepinephrine. tell your doctor right away if your depression worsens or y
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interview with joran van der sloot. what he's saying about accusations that he tried to extort money from natalee holloway's parents. >>> and we'll show you the move by t t fois help fishermen. he ellen, what are you doing? just brewing up some dunkin' donuts coffee -- want some? [ whoosh! ] i'd love some. one taste, and you'll understand. delicious dunkin' donuts coffee. pick some up where you buy groceries. america runs on dunkin'. >>> angelina jolie is in pakistan to meet with victims of the deadly flooding that left millions homeless. jolie is in the country as a goodwill ambassador. you may have seen her in this psa. new video shows the city still dealing with feet of water as people struggle to find basic needs like food and shelter. >>> new this morning, iran is calling on the world not to make the stoning of a woman to death for adultery a human rights issue. a government spokesperson issued a statement today saying that the public outcry over the punishment is because of false information. the woman still faces charges she was involved in her husband's killing but most trial
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Sep 17, 2010 7:00am PDT
showed up in a prison in peru. right? it was beth holloway trying to pay a visit to joran van der sloot and face to face for a couple minutes. >> natalee holloway's mom. >>> people here in new york talking about this and not just new york affected. some really unusual weather for the area in new york city yesterday. huge storms rolled through around rush hour. hail, powerful winds. there was a huge thunderstorm. sideways rain and a possible tornado. dave price joining us this morning in queens and forest hills, new york, where the storm hit the hardest with the latest this morning. talk about some destruction, dave. >> erica, you know, typically with this weather like this happens, we thohead in a plane southwest and new york city where we are in our backyard. this is queens, new york. if you are not from this area, a few miles from manhattan and a few miles from laguardia airport. and in this park, downed trees, debris everywhere. and this is just emblem attic of what you are seeing across several boroughs of new york city. storms like this particularly dangerous in urban areas. still to b
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Sep 17, 2010 9:00am EDT
very dramatic step in getting those answers. sneaking into a prison, where joran van der sloot sits accused of another murder. bill: also the republican candidate who just has everyone talking, delaware senator hopeful christine o'donnell debating chris coons for the first time last night under the big bright lights in delaware. how did they do? you'll hear it. >> i think before we can do things like advocate patient-centered health care reform we must repeal this health care bill. uncle sam has no business in the examination room, coming between you and your doctor. martha: a shocking new revelation about what was thought to be a horrific crime. a washington state woman who said that a stranger walked up to her and threw acid in her face is now admit thank she made this whole thing up. dan springer is in our seattle bureau. dan, this is such a bizarre story. what is she saying? >> reporter: well, bizarre, and just unbelievable that somebody would do this to themselves, and police really don't know exactly what the motive was. they did allude to the fact that the woman did mention s
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Sep 7, 2010 4:00pm EDT
. joran van der sloot is admitting he took thousands of dollars from holloway's family for information he never planned to turn over. >> reporter: charged with the murder of 21-year-old stephanie florez, joran van der sloot has been talking but not about that case. van der sloot admits to extorting $25,000 from the parents of natalee holloway in exchange for the location of their daughter's body. when asked why, he said he wanted to get back at them saying his parents have been making my life tough. when they offered to pay, i thought why not. holloway disappeared in may 2005 and van der sloot was the prime suspect. four months ago he was squat on an fbi sting operation. he gave a location that later turned out to be false. he has since been indicted on extortion and wire fraud. he is awaiting trial in peru for the death of flores. he can be seen entering the hotel where flores was fond dead. he later said his statements were coerced. so far, all of his efforts to have his peruvian statement thrown out have been denied. >>> not a great start to the trading week on wall street. stocks h
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himself. next, the gunman's brother tries to find the answer. and joran van der sloot accused of one murder, suspected of another, and sitting in one of the world's most notorious priches. and all of a sudden, who walks in to say hello? surprise. that's next. for strong bones, i take calcium. but my doctor told me that most calcium supplements... aren't absorbed properly unless taken with food. he recommended citracal. it's different -- it's calcium citrate, so it can be absorbed with or without food. citracal. so i got my nephew to build a website. i hired someone to make my website... five months ago. we are building a website by ourselves. announcer: there's an easier way. create your own small-business site with intuit websites. just choose a style that fits your business and customize, publish and get found in three easy steps. sweet. all from just $4.99 a month, get a 30-day free trial at intuit.com. lord of the carry-on. sovereign of the security line. you never take an upgrade for granted. and you rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle.
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because they can make fido sick. >>> plus, joran van der sloot says he feels a lot of guilt. is it about natalee holloway? details about the jailhouse interview ahead. >>> and firefighters trying to protect other people's homes end up losing their own. stay twice... earn a free night! two separate stays at comfort inn or any of these choice hotels can earn you a free night -- only when you book at choicehotels.com. time to face the pollen that used to make me sneeze... my eyes water. but now zyrtec®, the fastest 24-hour allergy relief, comes in a liquid gel. zyrtec® liquid gels work fast, so i can love the air®. [ animals calling ]uid gel. ♪ [ pop ] [ man ] ♪ well, we get along ♪ yeah, we really do - ♪ and there's nothing wrong - [ bird squawks ] ♪ with what i feel for you ♪ i could hang around till the leaves are brown and the summer's gone ♪ [ announcer ] when you're not worried about potential dangers, the world can be a far less threatening place. take the scary out of life with travelers insurance... and see the world in a different light. no oil has flowed in
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his theory. later on, new reports that joran van der sloot has admitted to trying to extort thousands from natalee holloway's parents. stay with us. yellowbook has always been crucial to your business, but now, to get it really cooking, you need a little website development. some transparent reporting, so you know it's working. online ads and 1-on-1 marketing consultation. yellowbook's got all that. yellowbook360 has a whole spectrum of tools. the perfect recipe for success. visit yellowbook360.com and go beyond yellow. hey what's going on? doing t shipping. man, it would be a lot easier if we didn't have to weigh 'em all. if thosboxes are under 70 lbs. you don't have to weigh em. with these priority mail flat rate boxes from the postal service, if it fits, it ships anywhere in te country for a low flat rate. no weigh? nope. no way. yeah. no weigh? sure. no way! uh-uh. no way. yes way, no weigh. priority mail flat rate box shipping starts at $4.95, only from the postal service. a simpler way to ship. [ malhis day starts thwith his arthritis pain.. that's breakfast with two p
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- to-face confrontation and meeting with joran van der sloot. he is accused of murdering a woman five years after the disappearance of natalee holloway. beth holloway twitty said she had no hate in her soul, but joran van der sloot did not talk. she gave him a business card for his lawyer. >>> the fbi is investigating a bomb square on a flight to hawaii from los angeles. the plane was searched and passengers were rescreened. >>> a hefty fine for pg&e for the death of an employee. 26-year-old max martinez was electrocuted in march while working on an underground vault. part of the investigation from osha revealed a lack of safety inspection for employees. the you -- utility has 15 days to decide to appeal. >>> let's go back to sal for the latest on traffic. >> the traffic on the bay bridge is backing up. there is a bug on our lens as well. that is besides the point. traffic is backing up. moving along and taking a look at 880 north and south in oakland. foggy there. if you are driving in livermore valley, not a big back up. a bit of slowing coming in at 580 and 238 with a crash there.
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Sep 7, 2010 6:00pm EDT
all a case of mistaken identity. >>> what joran van der sloot is saying and his contact with her parents. >>> i'm bob turk. after a wednesday, a big cooldown headed our way. obviously it's the first warning five-day forecast. >>> and wjz 13 is always on. here are the top stories. for updates and all the day's news, and the forecast, log onto wjz.com. name something truly awful. [ bell dings ] microwave pizza! awful! [ buzz! ] [ show announcer ] now there's red baron pizza by the slice. unbelievably good pizza from the microwave. red baron. bring home that pizzeria taste. >>> you can see the widespread flames that lit up the skies building building was under flames. >>> the accused killer of natalee holloway won't confess to killing her but will confess to trying to extort her parents. >>> joran van der sloot has been talking, but not about that murder case. during an interview with a dutch newspaper, van der sloot admits to extorting $25,000 from the parents of natalee holloway, in exchange for the location of their daughter's body. when asked why, he said he did it because he wa
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Sep 7, 2010 5:00am EDT
extorted money from holloway's parents. joran van der sloot told the telegraph he did it to get at holloway's family, saying her parents have made his life difficult. holloway's family paid $10,000 to learn the location of her body. van der sloot is accused of taking the money and traveling to south america. he is currently in jail in peru facing murder charges in the death of a young woman. >>> now to efforts after the gulf oil disaster. investigators are looking for answers about how the blowout preventer failed. crews raised the 1 million pound, five-story massive metal from the ocean floor. investigators say it was supposed to stop a giant sushlg of oil and gas from causing an explosion. industry veterans say the devices inside the blowout preventer called rams should have sealed the well. >> the first thing i would look for if i was investigating this was the system failure in the hydraulic control system. >> he expects investigator will focus on alterations that moved the rams he just mentioned. the blow jut preventer will head to a nasa facility to be tested. >>> tropical st
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Sep 8, 2010 4:00pm EDT
wind whipped fires and damaged several homes. >>> and why did joran van der sloot confess to killing natalee holloway? ♪ i thought it was over here... ♪ [car horn honks] our outback always gets us there... ... sometimes it just takes us a little longer to get back. ♪ >>> some scary moments for a woman in texas after her car got stuck on a highway in san antonio. crews had to perform an emergency rescue using a ladder to pull her to safety. she was pulled out of her sun roof and was placed on dry land using a crane. she was not injured. >>> flooding from tropical storm her-kept crews busy. crews found her body in a submerged car. officials were also trying to account for a number of residents whose homes were swept away by floodwaters in central texas. the storm dumped several inches of rain overnight across the state. officials say some areas got the most rain they've gotten in 70 years. >>> and firefighters battled another fire in detroit. it is not known if it was from the hot spots after yesterday's string of fires. yesterday they put out nearly 85 fires. the flames fanned b
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Sep 7, 2010 9:00am EDT
jailhouse interview with joran van der sloot. he is in a peruvian jail on charges of murdering a young woman down there, but of course he's also the guy who's under suspicion in the disappearance of natalee holloway five years ago in aruba. wait until you hear what he has to say about her disappearance and charges that he tried to extort her family. >>> and on a lighter note, yesterday marked the unofficial end of summer, back to school, back to really hunkering down at work. so on our diet s.o.s., joy bauer will help us with everything from portable protein snacks to feeding a fussey preschooler. and what a lot of people are talking about, going gluten free. >>> the secret of hollywood stars and how they defy their age from timeless beauties like susan serandon. we're going to check out their exercise routines that keep them turning heads at all ages. >>> a lot to get to. ann's standing by at the news desk, she has all the headlines. >> good morning once again, everybody, in the news, a wind whipped wildfire has destroyed dozens of homes in the colorado foothills according to a
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Sep 18, 2010 12:00pm EDT
with the man she is convinced, joran van der sloot is responsible for the death of her child. in what we might she have jeopardized the on going investigation of the whereabouts of natalee holloway. >> certainly we can all feel for beth holloway at this appoint. her daughter has been missing for five years. we all know joran van der sloot is the prime suspect in her disappearance as well as the death of the girl in peru. no attorney would have advised her to go into the prison without warning and confront the main suspect -- >> she went with a dutch film crew, so they may have misrepresented herself. >> yes, exactly. i will say, i don't think it's going to have any bearing on the case, any bearing on the investigation. >> okay. >> i think we can all agree that any mother whose child is missing five years is going to get rather desperate. >> let's talk about another case. talk about misrepresenting the facts, washington woman bethany storro who claimed she was attacked by a woman, even gave a full description of this woman, being a black woman who splashed acid in her face. now come to
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Sep 17, 2010 5:00am PDT
holloway's mother makes a surprise visit to a peruvian jail. why police cut her visit with joran van der sloot short. >> find out what most voters think. the results of a new poll, coming up. >>> a live look outside in the south bay and a place where it feels balmy for right now and the changes are coming in. we will keep tabs on that throughout the morning. our state is in a real mess. and i'm not going to give you any phony plans or snappy slogans that don't go anywhere. we have to make some tough decisions. we have to live within our means. we have got to take the power from the state capitol and move it down to the local level, closer to the people. and no new taxes, without voter approval. we have got to pull together not as republicans or as democrats but as californians first. at this stage in my life, i'm prepared to do exactly that. >>> good morning and welcome back. a nice looking shot and we have some of your highs although rain is in the works coming down the pike. you are looking at temperatures in the 80s or upper 70s. rob will have the forecast in a little bit. we now know what democr
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Sep 17, 2010 6:00am EDT
. >>> peruvian news agency reports the mother of missing teen natalee holloway met with joran van der sloot in prison. she got access through a dutch journalist. he is in prison accused of killing another woman, 21-year-old stephanie flores. he is the main suspect in natalee holloway's 2001 disappearance in aruba but was never charged. >>> a victim shot in hyattsville in the park at 2600 block of nicholsonstreet. police have not releaseded his name, nor have they said what led to that shooting. >>> and the chain bridge will ose at 8:00 tonight so crews ca work under the bridge deck. no access from either d.c. or arlington. that includes pedestrians and bikers because the sidewalk will also be closed. traffic on canal road will not be affected. it will open at 5:00 a.m., mondaythe 20th. >>> we continue follow breaking news from the district. we have learned police have shot a man sat second and c street southwest. that's near the capitol by the rayburn office building, actually the backside of the building on c street. capitol police telus they saw a man with a gun and an officer shot him. we w
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Sep 7, 2010 7:00am EDT
weeks away. >>> and joran speaks. a jailhouse interview with joran van der sloot suspected of in the disappearance of natalee holloway and the death of a woman in peru. holloway and the death of a woman in peru. "today," september 7, 2010. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning. i'm meredith viera. >> i want to make sure you're real. good to have you back. how was your vacation? >> it was really lovely. i missed you too. >> no, that wasn't nice. the good times are over. welcome back, we're welcoming you back, but unfortunately news of a wildfire out west, a tropical storm in texas. we're going to get the latest on both of those stories in just a couple of minutes. >>> and you have heard about the protests over that mosque at ground zero. now a christian church is planning to burn a copy of the koran this weekend. >> that story getting an awful lot of attention. >>> did you see this video while you were away? a college football player riding on a moped, collides into a pick-up truck and lives. >>> we're also launching a new ser
CBS
Sep 7, 2010 7:00am EDT
suspect joran van der sloot talking about why he lied to natalie hole way's family in exchange for some big money. >>> also is your car safe in valet parking? an "early show" investigation found you may be taken for a ride. >>> plus a new low carb diet that could reduce dues your risk of cancer and death. this is "the early show" on cbss. diabetes testing? what else is new? you get the blood, hope it's enough, it's -- what's this? [ man ] new and improved freestyle lite® blood glucose test strip. sure, i'll try it, but -- [ beep ] wow. [ man ] yeah, that's the patented freestyle zipwik™ design. [ man #1 ] it's like it -- targets the blood. targets the blood. yeah, it draws it right in. the test starts fast. you need just a third the blood of onetouch®. okay. freestyle test strips. i'll take 'em. [ man #2 ] sure. call or click -- we'll send you strips and a meter, free. can't i just have these? [ man #2 ] freestyle lite test strips. call or click today. [ man #2 ] freestyle lite test strips. my name is...peggy. callyou have problem?dit. peggy? ok, i've been waiting for fifteen minute
CNN
Sep 7, 2010 11:00am EDT
, joran van der sloot says he tried to extort money from natalee holloway's family. aruban police arrested him twice in connection with her disappearance but never charged him. >>> the uk prime minister could get a visit from the police. he is at the center of a phone hacking scandal involving the royal family. it is tied to a job he had before he joined the staff. >>> tiger wood made the cut. team captain corey pavin named tiger to the ryder cup team. now that the team is complete, the players begin to prepare to face team europe in wales in october. >>> beautiful day in new york city. i will be there today. ten miles away in the borrow of queens, two players in the quarterfinals are raising a racket for peace. call it doubles diplomacy. richard roth has the story. >> reporter: they are called the independent do-pak express. unlike the rocky relationship between the nations, this indian and pakistan pair avoid conflict. >> we do well on the court and are friends off the court. there is no reason why pakistanis and indians can't be friends. >> reporter: they are 16th at the u.s. o
NBC
Sep 8, 2010 4:00am PDT
the koran put u.s. troops in danger? >>> and a "today" exclusive. joran van der sloot, the suspect in the case of missing teen natalie holloway, speaks out from jail. >>> and now keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports, and more. i'm lynn berry. thanks for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day, today on your nbc station. have a good one.
NBC
Sep 7, 2010 4:00am PDT
family lawyer of missing teen natalee holloway as suspect joran van der sloot speaks out. >>> and "today's" first jobs, what matt, meredith, al, and ann did before bringing you the news. >>> and now keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports, and more. i'm lynn berry. thanks for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day, today on your nbc station. the day, today on your nbc station. have a good one. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
NBC
Sep 17, 2010 4:00am PDT
natalee holloway reportedly sneaked into a peruvian prison where prime suspect joran van der sloot is being held and confronted him about her daughter. she spoke to van der sloot for five minutes but did not get any answers before being removed. >>> and meet the animal being affectionately dubbed mini moo, the world's smallest cow according to guinness world records. the sheep-sized cow hails from northern england and is just 33 inches long. that's cute. >>> now here is an early look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow opened at 10,594 after gaining 22 points yesterday. the s&p was down a fraction but the nasdaq added one point. taking a look at overseas trading this morning. in tokyo, the nikkei rose 116 points while in hong kong the hang seng climbed 279. trading was mixed on wall street thursday as investors looked past encourages news on the economy focusing instead on bellwether company fedex. the shipping firm darkened the mood falling 3% after announcing it would eliminate 1,700 jobs in an effort to prop up its money losing trucking business. >>> on the brighter s
NBC
Sep 17, 2010 11:00pm PDT
from natalee holloway's mother. beth twitty met with joran van der sloot for a few minutes at the prison in which he's being held. twitty told van der sloot she had no hate in her heart for him, ask then asked him what happened to natalee. he responded by handing her the business card of his attorney. van der sloot is the main suspect in holloway's disappearance in 2005 in aruba but he's never been convicted of that crime. >>> two men pedalled into san jose. they are on a 300-mile journey to raise awareness of predatory crimes. smart is the father ofie liz bit smart who was kidnapped when she was just 14 years old and sexually abused for months before she was found. his daughters were kidnapped in 1988, raped and left to die. they say it's a wake-up call to all parents. >> i think we tend to think these things won't happen to us, and then when they do, you're just overwhelmed and you can't believe it. the message we're trying to get out is don't wait until the next tragedy happens. take time, find out what you can do, how you can empower your children. >> the two fathers say teach
CBS
Sep 7, 2010 4:30am EDT
damages. >>> joran van der sloot admits to targeting the parents of the girl he's charged with killing. more news in just a few minutes. ♪ [ female announcer ] you choose the cutest outfits. which free detergent are you washing them in? switch to tide free & gentle. no other free detergent is milder on skin. and unlike the leading free detergent, tide free & gentle removes more residue from dirt, food, and stains. so you can be confident about every outfit you put her in, even the ones she chooses. tide free & gentle. style is an option. clean is not. also look for downy and bounce free. >>> good
NBC
Sep 7, 2010 7:00am PDT
american troops and damage the war effort. >>> and coming up, joran van der sloot's suspected in the disappearance of natalee holloway and of the death of a woman in peru speaks out behind [ bell rings ] what are you doing, friending somebody? yeah. you got time for that? you got time to earn more on your savings, online at capitalone.com. that's new school banking, baby! instead of earning squatootski... your savings will be earning three times the national average. now, let's review. capital one interestplus savings... at three times more. go to capitalone.com. what's in your wallet? are you a pisces? >>> coming up, store brands versus generic, is t eally a difference? >> plus the iowa football player who walked away from this crash after your local news. suitcase? huh? ♪ where do gummy bears hide? under the seat. look! yeah! ♪ [ telephone rings ] [ male announcer ] the all new chevy equinox. [ man ] guess who? dad! [ man ] enjoy the trip! okay, daddy! [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] a consumers digest best buy. with a 100,000 mile powertrain warranty. it takes you farther... a
NBC
Sep 7, 2010 5:00am PDT
this fire is burning. >>> joran van der sloot is talking from behind bars. find out when you can see that exclusive interview. c >>> accused killer and confessed extortionist joran van der sloot says he feels gitity. van der sloot granted nbc news an exclusive interview from behind bars. yesterday news broke that van der sloot admitted to a dutch newspaper that he extorted money from natalee holloway's parents. van der sloot said he took $10,000 from her parents and promised to tell them where to find her body. instead he took off with the money. van der sloot was never charged in holloway's murder. he is accused of killing another woman in peru. >>> a plane crashed in the middle of a street near las vegas. one person is dead, three more are injured from this crash in henderson, nevada. all four of the crash victims were on that plane. the crash happened just after the plane took off from an airport about two miles away. neighbors rushed to the plane and pulled two other people from the plane. >>> a wildfire raging through the night in colorado is threatening homes this morning. look
ABC
Sep 18, 2010 7:00am EDT
they say to each other? >> reporter: joran van der sloot's attorney is now sounding off about the confrontation. he is convinced dutch tv paid off a top prison official to get beth holloway twitty inside for the confrontation. >> i think joran van der sloot was shocked when he saw her. she was in a room. he was brought into that room. she demanded, in a sense, that she wanted to see him. >> reporter: she reportedly asked van der sloot about natalee holloway's disappearance. he refused to answer. she left. the incident comes days after a dutch tv interview from inside that prison, aired on nbc's "dateline," in which van der sloot seems to blame the holloway case for making his life miserable. >> so many things have happened because of that case. people bothering me, lying to me, you name it, anything else. i have a lot of anger because of that also. >> reporter: earlier this month, van der sloot admitted to a dutch newspaper, he tried to extort $250,000 from natalee's mom, in exchange for the location of natalee's remains. i wanted to get back at natalee's family. followers of the
MSNBC
Sep 17, 2010 1:00pm EDT
surprise joran van der sloot behind bars. >>> plus hurricane karl now a category 3 storm roars ashore in mexico. >>> and we're watching the white house where minutes from now president obama will name elizabeth warren to start up his new consumer protection agency. warren, a harvard grad and top wall street critic lobbying heavily for the job. inspired? yep, this online rap video. ♪ it's not about the money and the greeno ♪ ♪ it's an working class and bring them out of the financial crisis ♪ she wants to stop the greed and give necessary fees which mean more money no more pocket, make you stop it ♪ gone to make a profit ♪ got to be sheriff ♪ after using rogaine for a while, i went to my stylist and she said hair was growing back... i was like, yes, this works... [ male announcer ] only rogaine is proven to regrow hair in 85% of guys. puhh puhh puhh putt and that's it. [ male announcer ] stop losing. start gaining. aren't absorbed properly unless taken with food. he recommended citracal. it's different -- it's calcium citrate, so it can be absorbed with or without food. a
CBS
Sep 7, 2010 7:00am PDT
while, but joran van der sloot back in the headlines. another interview where he says, yeah, i took shall money from natalee holloway's parents. so what? >> also coming up, a lot of us have this thing where we do pot want to valet park. and the reason why is you don't want to know what some of the valet parkers are doing with your car. a special undercover investigation when we come back. >> announcer: this portion of "the early show" sponsored by priority mail flat rate boxes. only from the postal service. a simpler way to ship. if we didn't have to weigh 'em all. if those boxes are under 70 lbs. you don't have to weigh 'em. with these priority mail flat rate boxes from the postal service, if it fits, it ships anywhere in the country for a low flat rate. no weigh? nope. no way. yeah. no weigh? sure. no way! uh-uh. no way. yes way, no weigh. priority mail flat rate box shipping starts at $4.95, only from the postal service. a simpler way to ship. [ female announcer ] wisk is about to change the way you look at stains forever. discover the power of our stain spectrum technology in th
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